Any Tenille Townes fans out there (I’m sure that’s a lot of you!) will be well aware that this fantastic Canadian artist is due to release her debut album later this year. However Tenille has just announced a special treat ahead of this in the form of an EP. Yes, “The Road to The Lemonade Stand” is due out on February 7th but available to pre-order immediately either as a stand-alone CD or as an intriguing sounding bundle which includes a t-shirt as well as some surprises, some of which will be autographed, throughout the next few months .
The EP’s title refers to her highly anticipated album which we now know will be titled “The Lemonade Stand”, of course taken from lyrics contained in her single “Somebody’s Daughter” one of the album’s tracks she has already released and which indicates what we can expect from this Jay Joyce produced project, which Tenille has now revealed will be out later this Spring.
With regards to the surprise EP, Tenille says “I wanted to put out this EP first to tell the story of these songs. This EP is for all of you guys that have been on this road with me so far… you’re the ones who have shared their stories at the shows and in messages, and have given these songs a home. You have shaped the meaning of The Lemonade Stand“.
The EP track listing (not necessarily in order!) was revealed by Tenille on social media to include “Jersey On The Wall”, “Somebody’s Daughter”, “White Horse”, “I Kept The Roses” and a brand new song “Holding Out For the One” as well as her version of Keith Urban’s “Stupid Boy” .
As mentioned earlier, it can be pre-ordered now via the following link https://tenilletownes.com/shop/ or pre-saved in Spotify.
It’s definitely going to be an exciting few months ahead for Tenille, as well as these releases she has a busy tour schedule which includes opening for Keith Urban and Alan Jackson Stateside before she heads to Europe to perform at the C2C Festival in Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Glasgow and Dublin, rejoining Alan on the road and also playing several US music festivals on her return home.
Article written by Lesley Hastings (twitter.com/lesleyhastings)